Wednesday, July 10th, 7 – 9 pm
Erin’s Pub, 186 Water St.

Admission: $5 (cash only)

Join us for a night of fabulous tales hosted by Sharon King-Campbell!

The good weather is rolling in and there’s no finer way to cap off a mid-week evening than with a few friends and a few great stories. July’s host will be the captivating Sharon King-Campbell, a storyteller, actor and playwright with more than a few immaculately crafted myths up her sleeve. Well known for her prowess with traditional Jack tales, Sharon may also invite you into the crafty ways of her late grandfather, or squirrel you away into hiding from an imposing troll with a bone to pick. This is an open mic event where we welcome tellers of all experience levels – first timers and seasoned performers alike. Not up for telling a tale? Not to worry! A teller is nowhere without an attentive audience. And when we’ve clued up here, why not stroll down the street to The Ship for Folk Night? What more could you ask for on a Wednesday!
Sharon King-Campbell is a storyteller, actor, director and writer based in St. John’s. She was the winner of the Storytellers of Canada Youth Scholarship in 2010. She’s been a featured teller in the St. John’s Storytelling Festivals for the last three years, and has told across Newfoundland, in Ontario and Victoria, and in Wellington, NZ. Theatre-going audiences in town might recognize her from Original (PerSIStence Theatre/skc originals), Women Playing Hamlet (PerSIStence), Brazil Square (Girl Power), Fuddy Meers (Best Kind), Jesus Christ SuperstarEvita (TaDa!), or Billy Elliot (Atlantic Light).


The St. John’s Storytelling Circle runs the second Wednesday of each month from 7:00 – 9:00 pm at Erin’s Pub, with opportunities for new storytellers to spin a yarn. Erin’s Pub is located at 186 Water Street, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada.

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The Storytelling Circle and other Festival events are cell phone-free zones and absolutely NO recording is permitted without the PRIOR permission of the teller and the organizers.


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